Müritz National Park is located to the East of Hamburg, between Berlin and Rostock. All of these cities have an airport. To reach the park, there are good connections, allowing environmental friendly travel.
The regional train from Neustrelitz to Hagenow Land (from where there is a connection to Hamburg and Schwerin) runs every two hours, with stop in Kratzeburg. It is operated by the Ostdeutsche Eisenbahn rail company. Railway schedules and more can be found at www.odeg.info.
In addition, the National Park can be reached by disembarking from the regional train running from Neustrelitz to Mirow at the stops at Gross Quassow or Wesenberg. This train is run by the Eisenbahn-Gesellschaft Potsdam. The actual timetable you can find here.
It is possible to travel with your bicycle on the trains (except ICE).
If your accommodation is not near a train station, it may be possible to continue your journey by bus. Information on this is available from the local bus companies at: www.vms-bus.de and www.pvm-waren.de. In addition, you can find details on the special offer Müritz National Park Ticket at www.nationalparkticket.de.
Furthermore, there is a seasonal shuttle bus offer between Neustrelitz, Mirow, Kratzeburg and Boek. More information is available here.
You should also ask your hotel for a pick-up service.
From the West, the National Park can be reached with the A 19 motorway, taking the Röbel exit onto the B 198 federal highway or taking the Waren exit onto the B 192. From the South, the B 96 from Berlin allows a direct connection to Neustrelitz. From the East, take the A 20 motorway to the Friedland exit, and then continue on the B 198 toward Neustrelitz. From the motorway, a system of signs will direct you to the different entry points into the National Park and to the various nature experiences that each of them offers.
Müritz National Park is one of 21 ”nature destinations”. Further information on this can be found at www.fahrtziel-natur.de.